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Show here your Greek warrior impression
#61
Yes. See
H. Born, S. Hansen (1994) Frühgriechsiche bronzehelme. Sammlung Axel Guttman. Band III. Abb. 63, From Taranto? (admittedly an earlier typoe Corinthian. But also iconographic evidence (see ibidem Abb. 68, decorated bronze Hydria from Treia, Prov. Macerata and Abb. 65, frag. Ionic Amphora from Lindos.
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#62
Hi Paul,
Do you mean in every post, not only in the personal profile that can be reached clicking on view more?

It this is so, can I add automatically a permanent signature at the bottom of every post?


OK. SORTED OUT... Too lazy to check 'notes for contributors'!

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Fernando aka thersites
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#63
Good Stuff!

Hi Paul.... have you managed to sort those piccies of Cliveden yet??


Mark.
Noli Nothis permittere te terere!!

Mark.
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#64
Hi Fernando

Do you guys have a website yet? Also who makes your Greaves? The ones on the chap with the Medusa on his Aspis.

Regards

Mark.
Noli Nothis permittere te terere!!

Mark.
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#65
In fact, I'm not part of the group. I'm just publicizing them!
As I believe they are doing a good work here in Spain, although they are still in their early steps.

The email address of their lochagos is [email protected]

You could probably like this slideshow. I have not been able to upload it here, as it is a .wmf file that increases enormously in size if converted to mpg format. I hope the link works... and be careful with the PC speakers...

http://video.google.es/videoplay?docid= ... =promachos
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#66
Thanks Gioi

Very interesting....

Mark.
Noli Nothis permittere te terere!!

Mark.
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#67
See the last row of examples here for more cow horns in painting and in practice.
Dan Diffendale
Ph.D. candidate, University of Michigan
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#68
Mmmm... in fact, the Taranto helmet in the lowest row and the bronze horns to the right are those published by Hermann Born from the Guttmann Sammlung I cited in one of my previous posts answering that same question.
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#69
Quote:Mmmm... in fact, the Taranto helmet in the lowest row and the bronze horns to the right are those published by Hermann Born from the Guttmann Sammlung I cited in one of my previous posts answering that same question.

Yep, those ought to be the ones. There are also the grave-paintings showing Montefortino-type helmets with horns as well on my page.
Dan Diffendale
Ph.D. candidate, University of Michigan
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#70
Quote:Good Stuff!

Hi Paul.... have you managed to sort those piccies of Cliveden yet??


Mark.

Only got back from Poland on Sunday. Also, I'm a technophobe, so downloading the images and sending them will take a l-o-n-g time!

The Spanish Group in the pictures above are the guys who invited us to attend their events in September and October. I put a message out on the HA e-mail list, but the invitation was general. If anyone thinks they can get to Spain at short notice, I'll give the details.
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#71
I have updated our Site from our event at 21st and 22nd Oct 06 New pic of greeks and romans

[url:29fxl2co]http://www.sydneyancients.5u.com/photo.html[/url]
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#72
Spartan bodygard &
officer of the Cretan archers in the background
http://new.photos.yahoo.com/hoplite14gr ... 82034954/2

Theban hoplite & Thrakian hoplite
http://new.photos.yahoo.com/hoplite14gr ... 82019163/0

Kind regards
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#73
My friend Mark as a Perioikos of Sparta:
http://new.photos.yahoo.com/hoplite14gr ... 87750749/0

....and Lady Kelly as a tough Sauromatean contenplating scalp collection
http://new.photos.yahoo.com/hoplite14gr ... 87742845/1

Kind regards
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#74
can't seem to view any of your photos, Stefanos!
Dan Diffendale
Ph.D. candidate, University of Michigan
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#75
No pics to see, must be a Yahoo-problem!?
Kallimachos a.k.a. Kurt

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